The Vogue Hommes ‘Generation to Generation’ editorial spans over decades of past menswear styles. From the rock-and-roll era to the grunge generation, this photo shoot features a lot of different personas. The editorial shows that fashion always makes a comeback and that inspiration can come from the most unlikeliest of sources.
As a result, the Vogue Hommes Generation to Generation editorial showcases an eclectic range of menswear in both color and black and white stills. Shot by Josh Olins, a British photographer based in London, England, the photo shoot stars male models Erik Andersson, Henry Pedro Wright, Jake Shortall, Jose Wickert, Josh McLellan and Jacob Morton. They were all styled by Shun Watanabe for the magazine’s spring and summer 2012 issue.
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The Vogue Hommes 'Generation to Generation' Editorial is Eclectic
- By: Meghan YoungMar 19, 2012